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COQUAT RANCH 
ARANSAS PASS, TX

 

Boarding, Lessons, Trail riding, Horseback riding, Birthday parties, Stallion service, Horse motel service, Overnight Trails, arena, obstacle...

 

Owner: Tom Nelson

Trainer: John Franklin

Jockey: Sam Kromstain

JBIT RANCH LLC 
BERRYVILLE, VA

 

The JBiT Ranch has been a family run horsemanship center for over sixteen years. Todd and Barbara Johnson feel blessed to be able to share a love…

 

Owner: Diana Coleman

Trainer: Matthew Wilson

Jockey: Donald Rodriguez

PAYNE FARM 
NEW PALTZ, NY


Horses for sale! Home raised cross breds and ponies! Great riding instruction. Miles of Trails, Indoor arena and outdoor sand ring.Great selection…


Owner: Judy James

Trainer: Ralph Rivera

Jockey: Benjamin Baker

CIRCLE S RANCH 
CATAULA, GA

 

We are a laid-back, family oriented facility that offers boarding for all disciplines. We have horses for sale as well as lease. Pasture board is…

 

Owner: William Walker

Trainer: Theresa Howard

Jockey: Thomas Phillips

horserati feeding rules

FEEDING HIGH-PERFORMANCE HORSES

RULE #1: FEED SMALL MEALS OFTEN

 

Horses in their natural setting eat for many hours a day and, as a result, they constantly secrete stomach acid whether they are eating or not. Additionally the equine stomach is relatively small and functions best when no more than about two-thirds full.

RULE #2: FEED PLENTY OF ROUGHAGE

 

About 60% percent of a horse’s digestive tract volume is dedicated to the fermentation of roughage, which is why horses are known as “hindgut fermenters.” Keep this in mind to maintain digestive tract health. Try feeding at least 50% of the horse’s daily ration.

RULE #3: FEED ACCORDING TO THE HORSE

 

A horse’s nutritional requirements are a function of body weight and physiological state. So, a horse in hard work has higher nutritional needs than one at maintenance undergoing no forced exercise. As we all know, some breeds are easy keepers and some are not.

RULE #4: FEED ON A SCHEDULE EVERY DAY

 

Horses can be creatures of habit. Large variations in feeding times can cause stress and increase the risk of conditions such as gastric ulcers. However, we would argue that feeding at the exact same time each day is a recipe for future problems should you ever run late.

RULE #5: USE HIGH-QUALITY FEED

 

Feed that is dusty can cause respiratory issues as a horse inhales dust spores. Mold can cause digestive and respiratory distress. Hay can become moldy as a result of being baled with too high a moisture content, and sack feed might get molding.

RULE #6: KEEP TUBS AND BUCKETS CLEAN

 

Dirty tubs and buckets can harbor molds and might even be vectors for disease transfer. Wash and scrub all feed tubs and water buckets weekly with dilute bleach rinsing well.

Breeders gallery

OUR CLUB’S HORSES

Horse grooming

RECENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How should I clean the horse’s face?

Take a damp sponge or washcloth, wipe your horse's eyes, and clean out his nose.

How can I brush out horse’s tail and mane?
What should I use a soft brush for?
How should I remove loose hair from the horse?
Should I use a dandy brush to comb my horse?